Whoop Wireless Completes Trauma Facility Upgrade and Installation Project.
Whoop Wireless, an OEM for in-building cellular systems, has completed a design build upgrade for a healthcare client that includes an expansion of the customer’s emergency room and trauma/critical care facilities. “This project consisted of an RF design build for mission critical patient care and staff communication inside these facilities. The teamwork and coordination from the customer’s IT staff, our in house RF design and engineering team and the contractors was tremendous,” stated Jeff Bell, Chief Executive Officer and President at Whoop Wireless. “Our customer has multiple buildings that utilize the Whoop Wireless system in mission critical areas of their facilities. The fact that we continue to see repeat business and word of mouth referrals from our customer base is a testament to the focus, professionalism and quality of work that our internal teams, the customer’s staff and our contractors execute with every project,” Bell continued. “This is the second project we have completed with this healthcare provider within the last twelve months – that speaks volumes about the trust our customer base has in our team, our products and our professional RF design build services.”
Whoop Wireless is an OEM that manufactures and installs its proprietary Small Cell Interface and Donor Antenna systems. Whoop Wireless offers its Enterprise Service and Extended Warranty platform to all existing and new customers. Whoop Enterprise Services include: Turn Key Installation of OEM/non-OEM gear; order, provisioning and maintenance for infrastructure circuits/backhaul; order, provisioning and maintenance of RF carrier signal; remote monitoring and maintenance of Whoop OEM/Non-OEM gear; onsite maintenance of Whoop OEM and Non-OEM gear. Whoop Wireless provides in-building cellular and public safety systems.
The patented whoopFAST™ Small Cell Interface (SCI) delivers 4G/LTE in-building coverage for the four Tier 1 mobile network operators, serving >98% of users Day-1. It includes ten radio inputs and four outputs. The inputs include eight small cell (femtocell) inputs and two over-the-air (OTA) inputs. The OTA inputs use band-specific repeaters to boost the OTA signal for simulcasting throughout the in-building coverage area. The small cell inputs are operator-specific, with the capacity of each small cell switchable to any of the four outputs. Up to 50 antennas may be connected to each SCI. A Whoop Antenna Array Element (AAE) is connected to each antenna to boost output power through the antenna. This enables Enterprises to distribute a femtocell signal to a coverage area 50x larger than the area of a typical stand-alone femtocell. The SCI passive switch matrix optimizes the delivery of capacity where required in the coverage area. Capacity may be simulcasted throughout the building, or mapped to targeted coverage zones, based on enterprise capacity requirements and available signal source capacity.
Whoop Wireless serves the enterprise in-building cellular market with 4G/LTE/5G and CBRS solutions.
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